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Congressman Clay of St. Louis files articles of impeachment against Trump

He’s joined in the action by two other Democratic congressman, Brad Sherman of California and Al Green of Texas. Read more


Judge says Missouri should open some medical marijuana records

The Post-Dispatch sued the Department of Health and Senior Services in January, accusing the state agency of violating the Sunshine Law by closing the application information.

Fate of Missouri's only abortion clinic in hands of judge after state denies license

The state denied a license to the St. Louis clinic, but a judge's injunction remains in place for now and Planned Parenthood officials said it remains open. 

St. Louis judge extends Planned Parenthood's license to allow appeal to state commission

Judge Michael Stelzer's ruling preserves Planned Parenthood's license in St. Louis through 5 p.m. Friday.

To avoid heated primary, Democrat drops out of St. Louis County state Senate race

"A Democratic primary in this District while working full-time simply isn’t possible," he said.


The Latest: Trump says he's in 'no hurry' to strike Iran

WASHINGTON (AP) — The latest on The United States and Iran's tensions over the shoot-down of a massive U.S. drone (all times local):

After calling off strikes on Iran, Trump suggests patience

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Friday he abruptly called off the swiftly planned military strikes on Iran because the likely deaths of 150 Iranians would have been so out of proportion to the shootdown of an unmanned American surveillance drone. He also indicated he still hopes for talks with Iranian leaders rather than any escalation of military conflict.

Blurred lines: Trump's UN choice and her coal magnate spouse

WASHINGTON (AP) — The email went out from senior Environmental Protection Agency officials to Kelly Craft, the U.S. ambassador to Canada, responding to questions she had about a funding matter.

Justices side with business, government in information fight

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court sided with businesses and the U.S. government Monday in a ruling about the public's access to information, telling a South Dakota newspaper it can't get the data it was seeking.

Knitters' network bans Trump support on its website

NEW YORK (AP) — A free, 8-million strong social network for knitters, crocheters and others in the fiber arts has banned any mention of support for President Donald Trump and his administration.